Your good credit is your key to better deals on everything from leases to mortgages. Good credit is something to cherish and nurture, which is why it’s so maddening when there is a mistake on your credit report. Federal law states that each of the big three credit agencies has… Continue Reading..
Despite the warm temperatures, if you look closely, you'll see that some of the leaves are beginning to change colors and some are even falling. Soon, the air will catch up and cool down. With Labor Day over and the school busses on the streets, I'm thinking about fall and… Continue Reading..
A lot of new business owners commingle their personal finances with those of their businesses. That's okay...if you're a bookkeeper. If you’re not keeping categories and reconciling your bank accounts, it may prove difficult. A lot of stakeholders in businesses — both startups and companies that have been in business… Continue Reading..
In my last article I talked about a service that takes your spare change and invests it for you. Today I’ll be talking about the opposite — things that steal your spare change. The biggest one is not canceling your unused subscriptions. They are like death-by-a-thousand-papercuts for your bank account.… Continue Reading..
Of all the questions that baffle humanity, none is quite as mysterious and pressing as: Is it better to buy or lease a car? There are so many variables to consider, from your credit rating to where you live. Below I’ve listed some of them for you to consider. Leasing… Continue Reading..
I’m not a CPA, and when it comes to all the rules and regulations surrounding individual retirement accounts (IRAs), I know I’ve made the right career choice. Most people know that there are two types of IRAs called Traditional and Roth, but not much else. The emergence of micro-investing apps… Continue Reading..
I often spend my time wishing that my grand-babies could stay babies for as long as possible, but I recently discovered a book that makes me wish they were already reading. The Giving Book by Ellen Sabin is an introduction to philanthropy geared towards children between five and ten years… Continue Reading..
Recently I was interrupted during a fabulous vacation by a call from the bank. Thankfully they weren’t calling about the card I was intending to use for the check, but they did have some concerns about something else that is dear to my heart: one of my clients. The bank… Continue Reading..
Whenever we talk to our young adult children about money, it’s a good idea for us to be careful about what we say and how we say it. For starters, don’t come off as bossy or tell them what to do—because they may do the opposite just to spite us.… Continue Reading..
As we all certainly know, time is merciless in its march into the future. And at this time of year, especially, we are cognizant of the new year ahead. In addition to filling our gyms beyond capacity on January 2nd, many of us choose to tone up our wallets, usually… Continue Reading..